Watercolor Washes Mini Course + Community Access
NOT YOUR AVERAGE WORKSHOP…
This is a mini workshop targeting key skills that you have to know in order to succeed at watercolor. In this workshop we will be discussing water to watercolor washes and how paint make-up (such as transparent and opaque paint colors) can affect your wash. This is a skill that I had to learn the hard way and developed over years of trial and error. But now I get to share all my knowledge with you – in a short and fun video workshop – breaking down this topic and making it as easy as possible to understand. This workshop is basically the training wheels to starting watercolor and if you’ve struggled with paint mixtures – this workshop is for you!
THIS WORKSHOP IS DESIGNED TO ALLOW YOU TO GO AT YOUR OWN PACE
THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES…
AN INFORMATION PACKET WITH EXERCISES & SPECIAL INFO
6 INFORMATIONAL VIDEOS ON EXPLORING WATERCOLOR WASHES
BONUS NEVER BEFORE RELEASED – BUNNY & BEAR MEETING DRAWING TEMPLATE
BONUS – TIME-LAPSE PAINTING OF BUNNY & BEAR MEETING
BONUS – FULLY COLORED PAINTING OF BUNNY & BEAR MEETING FOR REFERENCE
SNAPSHOTS FROM INSIDE THE WORKSHOP
NO DRAWING SKILLS NEEDED…
Once again I’ve included templates and charts to help those who find drawing challenging!
“BUT WHAT IF I’M NOT A BEGINNER…?”
No worries, just think of this course as a review course for the basics. Remember you can always learn something new as long as you have an open mind about it.
FOLLOW ALONG WITH MY WORKSHEETS…
I’ve also included a packet of worksheets & Informational charts to help you follow along with me during the workshop. I created these to make learning as easy and simple as possible all while having fun!
“DON’T HAVE ALL THE SUPPLIES?”
No worries, again! This workshop is set up for you to discover and learn with whatever paints you have. However, I DO HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU have TWO TRANSPARENT PAINTS & TWO OPAQUE PAINTS THAT WILL BLEND TOGETHER EASILY for this workshop. I will be using Scarlet Lake, Indian Yellow, Cadmium Orange, and Cadmium Red for my transparent and opaque paint colors (all of which are from Winsor and Newton). However, that being said — feel free to use your own paint colors during the exercises – just make sure they you have 2 opaque colors and 2 transparent colors to get the most out of this course. ?
HOW DO I KNOW MY PAINTS ARE TRANSPARENT OR OPAQUE…
- There are actually two ways to check if your paints are transparent, opaque, semi-transparent, or semi-opaque? One way is by checking your tubes and looking for the manufacturer’s symbol for opaque or transparent. I demonstrate this in the course – but sometimes manufacturers don’t put these symbols on their paints.
- So, the second way you can tell is by painting a solid black line of permanent ink on your paper, letting it throughly dry and then painting over it with your watercolors. Yours transparent paints will appear to sink below the line or under the black line. Meanwhile, your opaque paints will appear to rest on top. I walk your through this in the course – but wanted to let you know ahead of time – for when you are gathering your paints.
DURING THE COURSE – WE WILL BE EXPLORING HOW OPAQUE PAINTS & TRANSPARENT PAINTS CAN HELP US OR HINDER US WHEN PAINTING WATERCOLOR WASHES.
Course Discussion Group: This is where you’ll get to meet others that are taking the washes course. You can share your artwork, talk or ask questions about the course, get to know other Misfitians, and most importantly – support each other.
BONUS MISFIT LAND GROUP:
Get access to the Watercolor Learning Zone group where we’ll do challenges and other things Misfit Land in general. Ask general questions, discuss non-course related watercolor hacks, and most of all just have fun! You’ll get to meet other Misfitians just like you that may not be in the washes mini class. Make friends, chat with friends, and more!
Hi there! My name is Carrie – the artist behind Watercolor Misfit. Perhaps you have heard of me from my YouTube channel, which I started shortly after getting married to my best friend in the entire world in 2012. Since then ALOT has changed and this little hobby has turned into my dream job! Currently, I teach watercolor courses online to my loyal fans – called Misfitians. It’s hard to believe now, but this all started when I was in college pursuing my Masters Degree of Education. As most know, being a college student means one is constantly broke. So to earn extra money on the side – I taught art workshops to my students for over 10 years. What’s even crazier, is that nearly half of those students went on to win numerous art competitions after training under my supervision. Also to help pay the bills, I painted numerous commissioned portraits and illustrations thinking this was just a profitable side job for the time being.At the time, I honestly didn’t give it much thought, but now I realize that teaching art was what I was born to do. Although I took several college art classes and nearly graduated with an art minor – I decided to not pursue it in the end. You see, many of my art teachers simply didn’t have the desire to teach. In fact, it wouldn’t surprise me if they hated it. This is why I consider myself a self taught artist – simply because I did try to pursue higher art education but was frustrated by the lack of teaching given me while there. So, I graduated with a Masters Degree of Education without the art minor. Although, at the time it seemed like I was taking a step back from art – nothing couldn’t be further from the truth. With a Masters Degree of Education in hand, I learned how to create courses from scratch and developable achievable goals for my students to find success. This coupled with my own personal experiences in watercolor – and my filming background are sure to please in a easy to follow in a visually stimulating manner. With the help of my wonderful husband and Misfit Dream Team – Watercolor Misfit is growing faster than I could even dream and I can’t wait to share this experience with you.
No this is not a live event. You can watch it anytime you wish – even if we are sleeping.
Yes! Newbies are welcome. In fact I created this course for newbies, but advanced watercolorists will learn something too.
Yes! Drawing isn’t needed – as long as you are a good tracer! I provide templates (or printable inked drawings) for you to trace on to watercolor paper. Thus, you can concentrate on the painting and leave the drawing to me 🙂
Yes! You have lifetime access and you can print out the templates as many times as you want for your own use. So you can do it as many times as you want.
Yes! View the course with your IPAD or Android Tablet.
At this time no sorry, the videos are not downloadable. The files are very large to ensure the quality is crystal clear so streaming them is faster. However, you can watch the videos on your PC, Mac, iPad, or Android Tablet at anytime.